Marouche feels like a road side outlet on a busy incline . Food is alright . Service is fine . Shi sha is an add on . Good for relaxing once a while
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Marouche is one of my must-go restaurant every time I travel to Hong Kong. I love its very relaxed setting, in the heart of Soho, on Cochrane street: its a pedestrian street, so you are not disturbed by the traffic. Its great to just sit at the terrasse and enjoy the glorious views of Hong Kong citizens passing by: pretty... More
Went there for a drink and it was during 'happy hour'. However when we received the bill we were charged for both of the drinks we had. When I queried this I was told that the whisky I ordered was not a 'standard drink' and therefore didn't count. Where I come from (Scotland) whisky is hardly exotic - I think... More
Truly tasty, fantastic lebanese food in HK! Varied menu, everything was delicious from the hummous, baba ghanoush, tabouleh to the amazing barbeque mix. Highly recommend this place if you are craving lebanese or mediterranean food!
Small restaurant serving Lebanese food, things like hummus, lamb dishes, salads, spinach pastries, all kinds of food and a full menu with lots of choice. Good service, great tasty food and nice cocktails at happy hour! Located in soho and you can sit and watch out onto the street (pedestrianised so no cars driving directly past).
This is a really nice Lebanese restaurant in Soho. The menu was good with a good variety and plenty of choice for vegetarians. The food was really nice, very tasty and reasonably priced. Service was good and the staff were friendly.
I visited here on Saturday night and thought it was pretty good casual dining. It's a small place nestled under the escalator. The menu consists of all the usual Lebanese favorites such as hommos (hummus) yoghurt and cucumber, tabbouleh and a range of grilled meats. All of which is nicely done whilst portions are generous. So much so we ordered... More
I hit Marouche on a Friday night, which is a pretty busy night in SOHO it would seem. I tried a few other places only to find them slammed and / or reserved through the night. I ducked into Marouche and was able to secure a single seater table wedged behind a four-top. It worked. The humus was a bit... More
If you want to drink Maybe this is a good place. But forget about the food. When I asked to replace my bad shape tabbouleh, the indian owner approached me and said that they serve the best tabbouleh in hong kong, he didn't offer to replace or even to ask what is wrong with it. Lebanese restaurant???? hmmm i doubt... More
this is a well located restaurant but the food has deteriorated. it is also expensive with a limited wine list. The Nepali staff are cheerful
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